Summary Precipitation this past week was most active in the southern Plains and the Mid-Atlantic into the Northeast, helping to ease and improve drought in those regions. Some precipitation also […]
NOAA Drought Outlook Monthly – June Jun 4, 2021
Heavy precipitation over the south-central CONUS during May is likely to result in either drought removal or improvement across central Texas and Oklahoma. Persistence is likely for western Texas and […]
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While the rain may have limited fieldwork across the state this past week, it was much welcomed in many areas that have been on the drier side. Most of the […]
Rainfall events over the last 30 days improved soil moisture levels for drought-stricken parts of the state but also left standing water and soggy, saturated soil conditions in others, according […]
Because it is the first crop planted starting in March, Mississippi corn is in much better shape than other row crops struggling with the challenges of wet, cool weather. The […]
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Summary Troughing over the western CONUS and ridging over the East resulted in strong southerly flow over the Southern and Central Plains, leading to widespread heavy rainfall (0.5 to 3 […]
NOAA Seasonal Drought Outlook – June, July, Aug. May 21, 2021
Drought improved across parts of Texas, northeastern Colorado, central Wyoming and the Northeast in the past month due to heavy rainfall, while drought developed or intensified in many parts of […]
May’s chilly start wasn’t welcomed by many this spring. Cool soils slowed emergence, stymied pre-plant herbicides and took a toll on young crop stands. But by golly, cereal crops were […]